IF you can’t wait until Hogmanay to see Celtic music legends Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain on TV you can see the duo in the flesh and in Falkirk.
The pair will play Falkirk Town Hall on Thursday, August 2.
Phil and Aly have been playing together since 1996 and are two of the most respected folk artists on the circuit. They have become the mainstay of BBC TV’s annual ‘Hogmanay Show’ which reaches a worldwide audience, and have performed at major occasions in Scotland - including the opening of the devolved Scottish Parliament in 1999 and later the funeral of First Minister, Donald Dewar.
Both have impressive backgrounds with Phil’s composing appearing in films and television shows and Aly being awarded a MBE for his services to music.
Tickets for the Falkirk show are £18 and available from The Steeple box office in Falkirk High Street or by calling (01324) 506 850.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the show, answer the question below on a postcard and send it to The Falkirk Herald, Unit 4A, Gateway Business Park, Grangemouth before noon on Friday, July 20.
What channel do Phil and Aly regularly appear on to welcome in the New Year?